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Onkyo 300W 5.1-Ch 3D Pass-Through A/V Home Theater Receiver, $168.00 with free shipping or pickup.

Amazon has it for $168, but it's back ordered

Model: HT-RC430

-3D Pass Through
-300 watts total power:60 watts x 5 @ 8 ohms, 20Hz - 20kHz for powerful sound.
-Surround sound decoders: Include Dolby Digital Plus, Dolby TrueHD and DTS-HD Master Audio surround sound decoders for use with Blu-ray.
-Speaker A/B switching
-Advanced Music Optimizer with volume equalization
-Overlaid on-screen display (OSD)
-AM/FM tuner
-USB port. connect iPodŽ or iPhoneŽ etc.
-4 HDMI inputs, 1 HDMI output, HDMI cable not included
-4 DSP gaming modes

Warranty Terms - Parts and Labor: 2 years

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Amazon would still be better if you are in no rush - though many now pay tax there too

Is the bose speaker good with this.

hunter2010 said:   Is the bose speaker good with this.
Bose speakers aren't that good no matter how good a receiver you pair them with.

I'd pair this with energy take 5's and a good subwoofer.

Bose are GREAT speakers. Mine (cubes and sub) are 20 years old and still sound great on my Denon Receiver (10+ years old).

friends don't let friends buy Bose.

My Bose cubes are just fine thank you! Too bad this is not 7.1 I would jump on it

seems to be the same price everywhere:

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fivetalents said:   Onkyo 300W 5.1-Ch 3D Pass-Through A/V Home Theater Receiver, $168.00 with free shipping or pickup.

Amazon has it for $168, but it's back ordered

Model: HT-RC430

-3D Pass Through
-300 watts total power:60 watts x 5 @ 8 ohms, 20Hz - 20kHz for powerful sound.
-Surround sound decoders: Include Dolby Digital Plus, Dolby TrueHD and DTS-HD Master Audio surround sound decoders for use with Blu-ray.
-Speaker A/B switching
-Advanced Music Optimizer with volume equalization
-Overlaid on-screen display (OSD)
-AM/FM tuner
-USB port. connect iPodŽ or iPhoneŽ etc.
-4 HDMI inputs, 1 HDMI output, HDMI cable not included
-4 DSP gaming modes

Warranty Terms - Parts and Labor: 2 years

Woot has it for 129 LINK

MrClean09 said:   Bose are GREAT speakers. Mine (cubes and sub) are 20 years old and still sound great on my Denon Receiver (10+ years old).

+1 My 901's powered by a Quadraflex 868 are now 38 years old and I still wouldn't replace them with anything else. However, with that in mind, I run my HT with Energy Take 5's and a Yamaha RX V571 receiver.

SelfGovern said:   hunter2010 said:   Is the bose speaker good with this.
Bose speakers aren't that good no matter how good a receiver you pair them with.


Have you tried Monster brand cables to hook them up? Maybe that's your problem.

I bought the TX-NR509 when it was 127$ on Amazon and is supposed to be a step up from this receiver. I have it paired with Energy Take 5, Bic America V1220, and 46" Panasonic Plasma. This is a bedroom setup that is total size 12x17, however viewing area is 12x12 and I can not complain and the Bic sounds great as well as the whole setup. I would imagine with the same setup with this receiver instead would sound just as good. All in all I only paid 119.99 for the Take 5, 124.99 for the Bic (Had a 50$ Best buy xmas gift card)and 127$ for the receiver. So not bad setup for 370$....Great bedroom or if on a budget.



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